Statements

  • There is a reason that as physicians, we agree to do no harm. It is because we have committed our lives to protecting the health and safety of ALL people, regardless of race, gender, age, orientation, ability. So when we bear witness to the intentional harm and resulting death of people, particularly people of color […] Read more

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  • This rule will go into effect February 24, 2020; the U.S. Supreme Court lifted the injunction that had halted the Trump Administration’s draconian changes to the Public Charge rule from going into effect, meaning in all states but Illinois this rule is now in effect. Historically, the Public Charge rule has been used to deny […] Read more

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  • Recently the states of Alabama and Georgia have enacted laws to eliminate the gains won for reproductive freedoms under Roe v. Wade. Alabama has the strictest legislation with a total abortion ban, no exceptions even in the cases of rape, incest, or the mother’s health. There is also upcoming legislation in my home state of Texas as well […] Read more

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